Alfred Jordan (draughts player)

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Alfred Jordan (died May 8, 1926[1]) was an English draughts or checkers player originally from England who was WCDF champion from 1912 to 1917.[2] He also wrote works on checkers and collaborated with Edward Lasker in the preparation of "Chess and Checkers."[3] He remained an active player until nearly the end of his life as he competed in a tournament in Florida in 1925.[4]

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